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335 W Northfield Road, Livingston NJ

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Published on Feb 20, 2012

Just eighteen miles west of lower Manhattan, in the foothills of the Watchung Mountains, suburban Livingston is one of New Jersey's most attractive addresses. Livingston residents are within reach of every imaginable amenity, and enjoy the finest benefits of New Jersey living, including; superior schools, tree-lined neighborhoods, wonderful restaurants and shopping, unparalleled indoor & outdoor recreation options, and a convenient commute to New York City.

Livingston is a town offering wonderful amenities to its residents. Here are just a few of the niceties that make Livingston a great town to call home:

• Two Town Pools; Haynes Memorial and Northland
• Proximity to New Jersey's Finest Shopping
• Livingston Public Library (largest by volume in NJ)
• Exercise Oval
• Littell People's Park (Playground for toddlers)
• Littell Pond, recently renovated, with fishing and ice skating
• Outdoor Tennis, Handball & Basketball Courts, and Ball Fields
• Hiking & Biking Trails and Dog Park
• Lovely Town Center
• New Town Hall & New Community/Senior Center

Livingston boasts one of New Jersey's finest school systems. Livingston High School, a consistent first-place winner in various area math and science competitions, was recently renovated. The $50 million renovation included a new science wing, a new heath and fitness center, a new turf field and track, and an expanded music wing.

With the number of train and bus options available, getting around Livingston and the Tri-State area couldn't be easier. Coach USA provides daily commuter service into Manhattan. The NJTransit system offers convenient service throughout New York and New Jersey.

Open spaces and green living are important to the people of Livingston. The township currently has over 470 acres of wooded parks and hiking trails, and plans to continue adding recreational facilities and nature preserves in the future. Littell Pond is the ideal place to fish in the summer and ice skate in the winter. The new skate park opened in Summer of 2010 to significant fanfare and excitement. Livingston also has a dog park, which features two distinct play areas.

Residents enjoy a wide variety of nearby choices in arts, entertainment & dining, and the incomparable Essex County Park system. Livingston is geographically positioned as one of the most convenient & beautiful towns for people commuting to New York City.

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